Voice of the Arts
Archivist Jonathan Schmitz talks about the history of Chautauqua Institution, from famous visitors such as FDR, George Gerswin, and Thomas Edison, to Chautauqua's long-forgotten roller coaster.
Tom Becker, President of Chautauqua Institution talks about CSO Music Director Stefan Sanderling's inaugural season, facilities upgrades, and the Chautauqua Theatre Company's 25th anniversary celebration.
Marty Merkley, Vice President and Director of Programming of Chautauqua Institution tells Jim Cunningham about managing a season filled with more than 2,000 scheduled concerts, lectures, art shows, worship services, and more over nine weeks.
Artistic Director Kevin Noe describes "Just Out of Reach," the PNME's world premiere season finale for three actors and ensemble, inspired by Greek mythology.
Artistic Director Kevin Noe previews a solo concert by sensational guest percussionist Steve Schick.
Executive Artistic Director Kevin Noe explains two timeless 20th century milestones: Messaien's Quartet for the End of Time, and John Cage's 4' 33". Also featured: works by Frederic Rzewski and George Crumb.
Kevin Noe talks about performing on July 4; also the solo works Arches for violin by Kevin Puts and Etudes by Ryan Francis; Time Gallery by Paul Moravec, and Arrows by David Heuser. Noe is Executive Artistic Director and Conductor of the PNME.